Emily Licht is the Director of Special Projects based out of Goldin Institute’s Chicago office. Emily has over ten year’s experience as a practicing architect with a focus on sustainable design, community outreach, and helping institutions conceptualize and realize their physical and programmatic goals. Emily brings her unique problem solving and visualization skills to a range of Goldin’s US and global projects. Emily’s interest in social justice work stems from her commitment to fair housing practices, environmental stewardship, equal access to services and safe and healthy communities. Emily holds an M.Arch from the College of Environmental Design at the University of California Berkeley and an A.B. in Urban Studies from Brown University.